By Yves Florence. Bathroom Design. Published at Friday, May 25th, 2018 - 22:00:43 PM.
This detailed cut-out frame in happy yellow adds color in a bathroom full of natural and neutral elements. The dark wood vanity and appearance of grey stone countertop make a somber statement, which is why this mirror stuffed with life and personality is a delightful exclamation point. (Did you notice how the knob handles match the yellow as well? Lovely.)
This clean-cut space doesn’t want (or need!) a lot of frills, which is why these tiltable, modern mirrors are a perfect fit. Simply framed in a stainless steel, the his-and-hers mirrors add dimension to a white (or otherwise monochromatic) bathroom. The mirrors don’t draw a lot of attention to themselves; rather, they reflect a ton of light and whiteness and thus highlight other pops of color in the space.
If you’re thinking an entire shower tiled with wood looking tile might be a little too dark, take a tip from other room decor. Give your shower it’s own statement wall. Especially if all your tile is white and plain, a wood tile statement wall will give your bathroom the pop it needs without overwhelming the space.
A more practical option is to only install subway tiles on the shower’s walls. This way it’s easier to line up the tiles to create a continuous pattern across the walls. Subway tiles give the shower a classy and at the same time simple look as timeless as they are.
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